You are awesome!
Interestingly, when I ran:
$ nvcc --version
"The program 'nvcc' is currently not installed. You can install it by typing:
sudo apt install nvidia-cuda-toolkit"
I know CUDA is installed because otherwise I wouldn't be able to perform GPU training at all. So, is this another library that needs to be installed in addition to CUDA? Or could there be some type of issue like where I need to add a directory to my PATH?
I'll check out the Intel MKL finder once I have a moment to do that.
Have you determined how significant of a performance impact Intel MKL makes?